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White House News: Remarks by President Trump After Senate Republican Policy Lunch at the US Capitol - Whitehouse.gov

U.S. Capitol
Washington, D.C.

2:22 P.M. EST

Q    Mr. President, are you worried about Republican defections?

THE PRESIDENT:  I would say that we have a very, very unified party.  Mitch has been fantastic.  Everybody in that room was fantastic.  There was no reason for me even to be there.  I knew that before we went.

But the Republicans want border security.  They want national security.  They want to have a steel barrier or a wall of concrete.  They don’t care.  But I’ll use any term they want.

We need a barrier to stop the human traffickers and the drug trade, and to stop all of the big problems that come, including gangs.  They don’t come through your checkpoints; they come through areas where you have hundreds of mile...


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